Councillor highlights fly tipping on Harlow’s border

THE issue of flytipping in Hastingwood has been highlighted by North Weald Bassett Parish Council.

Councillor Brian Eldridge told Monday’s parish council meeting that Hastingwood Road, Mill Street, Foster Street and Harlow Common had all been targeted but despite the dumping being reported three times to Epping Forest District Council, no collection of the material had taken place.

Parish and district councillor Nigel Bedford suggested the parish council write to district council leader Chris Whitbread or new district council chief executive Georgina Blakemore expressing the parish council’s concerns over “constant flytipping” and what proposals the district council has to reduce it.

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2 Responses to "Councillor highlights fly tipping on Harlow’s border"

  1. durcant   March 12, 2019 at 2:09 pm

    Two weeks ago I reported two incidents of fly tipping one on the A414 and reported this to East Herts.
    The other was fly tipping on Latton common and reported this to Harlow Council.
    Within 48 hours the rubbish on Latton common had been removed but sadly last week I noticed the rubbish on the 414 was still awaiting removal.
    Whilst Council’s taxpayers should have to pay to have this removed on this occasion thumbs up to Harlow Council .
    Thank you

  2. Laurenjade65   April 25, 2019 at 11:45 am

    The new regulations on the carriage of waste mean that any tradesman who removes any kind of waste from your property (whether it’s their waste or yours) has to hold a Waste Carriers License. This includes house clearance, man and van rubbish removers, cleaning companies, carpet fitters, plumbers, landscape gardeners, scrap metal dealers, skip hire, builders, and more. Also check if a company is registered with the Anti Fly Tipping Association.

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